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I remained silent out of fear. I tried to ignore the feelings and married young, had 2 daughters and worked on-air at radio stations all across America - hiding behind a microphone. I transitioned in when I began hormone therapy and had surgery last October. I can finally get up every morning and just be me. Please upgrade your browser. Site Navigation Site Mobile Navigation Transgender Lives: Your Stories As part of a series of editorials about transgender experiences, we are featuring personal stories that reflect the strength, diversity and challenges of the community.
I was ashamed of how I felt and stuffed down what I thought was a terrible secret, only to be met with open arms and discover affirmation, validation, and love. Loren Bornstein from Portland, Ore. A person shouldn't have to prove who they are to you by their personal, private body for you to respect them for who they are. Cass Averill from Eugene, Ore. The acceptance received while transitioning on the job directly impacted my confidence and helped me find my voice.
Michael from Cranston, R. Business Manager and Professional Singer. I was given the usual girl stuff, but I wanted Tonka trucks, I played with the boys in my neighborhoods and did not get along with girls much.
Transitioning was much tougher than I had expected. It wasn't like when I was that innocent boy who wore a dress and felt liberated. Enduring the struggles, employment challenges, moving forward with my surgery and finding purpose in advocacy has imparted a level of personal strength I was not aware I possessed. Peter from New York International civil servant. Declan Nolan from Wayland, Mass. It wasn't until I was a freshman in high school that I found the world to describe the piece that was missing.
I became a filmmaker to save myself, needing to express myself creatively rather than destructively. Cathy Ann Serino from Linn, Mo. I knew I was different but there were zero resources available and it was something that I had to live in silence about. Alexander Walker from Belmont, Ma. Patrick from Buckingham, Pa,. I began to understand that I was transgender. Before then I didn't have a name for what I felt. My hope is that one day people will be able to look past things that don't really affect a person's abilities, and judge them on what they are capable of instead of their appearance.
It is important to not forget that not everyone can 'pass' in their chosen gender or as no gender at all or any other combination or not combination thereof. Erica Tobias from Canton, Mass. Real Estate Sales.
As she passed away in my arms it occurred to me that life is so precious and we all deserve to be happy. Hayden Reid from Bloomington, Ill. I never thought something like this was possible, but now I have realized that it is okay to be myself. Lily Zheng from Stanford, Calif. Stanford University Undergraduate. Lee Anne from McClellanville, S. A man could become a women? Not since my grandmother had told us if we could kiss our elbow we could change sex had I been so excited.
Imagine having to wake up every morning wishing you were someone else. Systems Engineer, Writer. I was 19 when I realized what that discomfort represented; that I was transgender. But I doubted very much I could survive the repercussions of such a shocking disclosure. Kimberly Moore from Fredericksburg, Va. Veteran and Program Manager. I look forward to getting out and about to show the world that I possess something unique and real; and that given a chance, will prove that being Transgender is a gift to be embraced.
Shane Lestan from Kent, Ohio. Robin Dahlstedt from Sweden Student. The summer before high school I told my mom that i was a boy and she pretty much said i know. Isabel Jimenez from Arlington, Tex. Retail Associate. I had to get out. Scott from Oakland, Calif. After a 2 month medical leave, I returned to work.
I was fired one week later, for "egregiously violating company policy". Laws and a life in a liberal state weren't enough to protect me. My life is too egregious a violation. I was raised in a small town by loving parents and know before I was ten years old that I was different than the rest of my family and friends.
Brannen from Madison, Wis. Justin from Manzanita, Ore. Matilyn Dust from California. A trans person can be straight, bisexual or gay. Lola D. Houston from Burlington, Vt. Self actualization is never easy. It's a lifelong process, something I will never really finish. Alison Francis from Fort Worth, Tex. Along this path I've seen some of the worst of humanity and become part of a community of Trans-people that love like family.
Valerie Star from Weatherford, Tex. I was tired of living in a shell of myself, and I'm so glad I've made this journey. Some days I am male, some days I am female, some days I am neither; some days I am both.
Gender fluid. Jessica Taylor from Los Angeles, Calif. Airline Transport Pilot. With my conservatively family we have learned to walk together in a love the can never be separated or destroyed. William Powell Eddins from Raleigh, N. Harvard University student. Jacey Hoffman from St. Augustine, Fl. Today I am free of the person I was, in order to be the person I so desperately needed to be. Jaden Wolf from Los Angeles Student.
Cameron Adelman from Arlington, Ma. I tried to fit in, tried to be the girl everyone said I was, and it worked, for a while. But not before I slipped into a deep depression that took me years to crawl out of. Instead of losing my career, I became the first U. Brynn Tannehill Former Navy pilot. After I came out, I realized that everything in my life had been divided between me pursuing my career and me being myself, and how much that had cost me.
Jamie Nichols from Burleson, Tex. Customer Service Manager. Landon Callahan from North Attleboro, Ma. Given the advice "follow your child's lead" my parent's let me come to terms with my gender.
Amani Dupree from The Plains, Va. Small business owner. I went through my entire childhood, ignoring the fact that there was something different about me. Iden D. Campbell from Washington, D. Founder of The Campbell Center.
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The directorial touch is assured, proficient but never showy: the many complicated set-ups are executed with elegance, economy - not a frivolous camera movement to be seen - and discretion. The circular pan around Julie as she sings "Crazy World" is a lovely example of how camera movement can create emotion without drawing attention to itself.
The sets and costumes are lavish but, again, do not distract. The screenplay is witty, full of deft touches, and Edwards treats his rather daring for theme without blinking, and with great lucidity. The other drag film of the year was "Tootsie", which stuck to the romance and stayed away from uncomfortable homosexual touches as much as it managed to. The timing never falters. And the score is priceless. I do not have the space to analyse this film at the length it deserves; but I can recommend it, which I do wholeheartedly.
Was this review helpful? Sign in to vote. A Great Movie -- Made in ecarle 9 July Blake Edwards' trademark ability to combine lush romanticism with immitable slapstick comedy was here matched by a wonderful score by his longtime collaborator Henry Mancini, "Voila! It didn't hurt that stars Julie Andrews and James Garner were hottest in the sixties, and had acted together in 's "The Americanization of Emily.
Preston was one of two hot contenders for the Best Supporting Actor Oscar that year. The winner was Lou Gossett, Jr. Karras gets a classic Blake Edwards slapstick routine trapped in the freezing snow outside a Paris hotel, getting big laughs out of the simple line: "You've got heat?
That's good. Tanney's greatest role on the screen. Tanney, too, gets to anchor several great trademark Blake Edwards slapstick routines. Oh, and there's music, too. How do YOU describe "great? Julie Andrews is in fine musical form; James Garner gives one of his greatest comedic performances since "The Americanization of Emily" also with Julie Andrews and Lesley Ann Warren just about steals the picture!
This movie scores a solid "10" for comedy, a sterling "10" for music and a rousing "10" for romance! Ditto, Robert Preston? I consider myself a guy's guy, but I confess I tear up every time I hear the opening refrains of Julie singing "Crazy World," the film's theme song. Bravo, Blake Edwards!!! Lechuguilla 5 August Set in Paris, and filmed in luscious color, the film tells the story of two down and out friends who carry out an ingenious plan to get rich.
Blake Edwards converts the film's clever concept into a film of true cinematic flair and panache. Even the restrained "You And Me" is satisfying, with its old fashioned charm. The casting is perfect. I cannot imagine anyone other than Julie Andrews as Victoria. James Garner is fine as King Marchand.
But it is music man Robert Preston who leads this top notch Hollywood talent parade. Preston is likable throughout, and is a hoot in the film's finale. If the film has a flaw, it might be in the editing. The plot in Act Two slows down. Or, to say it a little differently, it The minute runtime is a tad long maybe, and so a few scene deletions here and there might have rendered a slight improvement in the pace.
But, this is a minor issue, one that I raise only in my grasping-at-straws attempt to find something to complain about. Many social innovations, have often as not originated in France. Take cross-dressing for instance. In the 's a singer created quite a sensation when her fabulous show became the toast of Paris.
She traveled throughout Europe and remained a novelty for years. Her success was due to the fact that she was not a woman after all. She was a man. With the help of Andre Cassell, John Rhys Davies a night club owner they hope to get rich with the unusual act. Complications arise however, the least of which is a visiting gangster named King Marchand James Garner who takes a liking for Victoria. Alex Karras, plays Mr. Bernstein, Garners' bodyguard. The film is a solid hit for the cast and lays the foundation of it become a classic.
A fine way for the stars to break away from their earlier roles, and it's pretty funny, too. Tommy 24 April Three of the stars of this movie all made their mark playing wholesome characters, and all in musicals, ironically but they certainly got rid of those personas in this film. Julie Andrews finally solved the problem of Maria by playing a woman pretending to be a man pretending to be a woman, Robert Preston's gay entertainer is a long, long way from Harold Hill, and Lesley Ann Warren In addition to the three performers mentioned, James Garner is also good as the gangster who falls for Andrews but is unsure of her gender.
Doylenf 3 September Then we have a great moment when ROBERT PRESTON does an imitation of Julie singing "The Shady Dame from Seville" in drag--yes drag--the actor who played such sturdy romantic leads in the '40s and '50s is hilarious as a gay blade who hooks up with Julie during a restaurant scene in which she plants a cockroach in her plate to avoid paying for dinner.
That's the kind of romp this is. First-rate sets and cinematography in color, and while none of it really makes any sense, the song and dance routines are fabulous with some great tunes by Henry Mancini. First of all, let me just say that I am slightly obsessed with Julie Andrews and her work. With that out of the way I love her in this movie because it's not your typical Julie Andrews movie.
The only skepticism I have about this movie is seeing her as a man. She's so feminine in her mannerisms, voice, appearance, etc. Robert Preston is wonderfully funny, and I always love James Garner. The movie probably could have done without Lesley Ann Warren's song and dance number why ruin Julie and Robert's wonderful score?
On a side note, Warren's character reminded me a bit of Jean Hagen's Lina Lamont in Singin' in the Rain; they each had their characters down perfectly, and you got just annoyed with them enough to hate them but like them at the same time Of course, Andrews does a beautiful job with all the songs- my favorite being her first jazz number. All in all, an impossibly wonderful performance by all involved.
Me thinks several semi-homophobic comments need to look in-their-mirrors!?! Pure Hollywood entertainment! She was so gracious at the after-show dinner party, personally meeting each press member at their tables!
A classy lady! This was his best movie role ever, way better than "The Music Man. It's wonderful!!! Great wit, wonderful set design, very good acting - What can one say bad about the film? Unlike the incongruous breaking out in song in the middle of conversation, this movie's music occurs within the framework of nightclub acts.
This adds to the credibility of a plot that could have spun out of control, much as S. What really sets this movie apart from the crowd of box-office hits that plague us is the incredible wit of the dialogue. The writing is truly wonderful! And Preston is perfect for his character, his repartee style as sharp as the lines Blake Edwards puts in his mouth. It is my tendency to pick apart films on the issue of credibility, allowing as we should for the genre of the film. Wells once said that good science fiction depended on introducing one and only one fantastic idea, and then developing a plot whose events would follow reasonably from that one idea.
So too with movies. Good comedy, science fiction, drama, even action plots, should have one premise that might stretch the limit of credibility, and then develop the plot reasonably from there. There are a few minor stretches beside the main premise, but without fantastic physical feats, explosions, car chases, and CG effects, Edwards has created a script that pulls - rather than pushes - you in to the plot.
The weakest part of the plot is the fact that Andrew's character attains success not just by cross-dressing, but also by substantially altering her act. We are supposed to ignore the fact that she has changed from simply singing to singing with well choreographed movement. However, this is not a serious flaw, because in the real Hollywood and Broadway , very good talent is habitually unsuccessful, while the fantastic and ridiculous is placed on an altar. Does anyone really think Schwarzenegger can act?
Did I say acting?